100-P2.033, The School, Jaya One
72A, Jalan Universiti
Petaling Jaya 46200

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Couldn’t stop eating after scattering some chilli flakes which elevated the dish to a new level 🤤

The Bangkok Omelette with Sood Yot Sauce Rice (middle - RM11.90) is a whole plate of rice topped with omelette, paired with sood yot sauce. It was just okay, nothing special for me - a bit oily but I still finished it as I was badly craving for scrambled eggs 😂 not a fan of the sood yot sauce though as the taste was too strong (at least for me hehe)

My fave (or maybe everyone's favorite in this store), Pathumthani Beef Thai Rice Noodle, (Left - RM1.90 each bowl; very cheap la!) still does justice to how I remembered it the first time I fell in love with it. It has a dark broth made of soy sauce and some herbs, with a mix of sour, salty and spicy taste. Don't miss this when you visit! I usually have 3-5 bowls, but I had a big rice meal so 2 then 😁

Another craving satisfied is the Chicken Wings (top - RM4.90). I liked how crispy and rich the taste is on the chicken meat. I can always munch on this 😋

Don't forget to order Cha-Yen (RM6.90) on the side. Very good break from the savoury food! :)

Thai-filled stomach, it is!


The spinach-tempura dipped in Thai chili sauce was incredible! I love this snack food, a must try 👍 The noodles was quite good. If you want boat noodles but stir-fried into a meal, this will be it 😉


I found this in the menu priced very cheaply, so I decided to give it a try. It was a very interesting dessert! It's like kuih talam in a small bowl. I highly recommend it after eating boat noodles because it clears away the spicy-ness from your mouth.


I know lots of people were raving about the noodles but to be perfectly honest, I found it ok only. Though I do prefer the spicier one out of the two types of sauce they have there for the noodles. Ok to try for a first timer but it's not something I would go back to frequently.



Putting the RM 1.90 per bowl gimmick aside, the noodles just tasted so-so. Very moderate and nothing to shout about. Every bowl serves 1-2 bites.
I ordered all four of spicy and non spicy chicken and beef Thai rice noodles. Beef tasted much better. I prefer their spicier soups aka Pathumthani. I cannot eat spicy food but this was not spicy AT ALL. Just a little heat and more flavour.
Taste wise, boat noodle didn't impress me. Everyone is just coming here for the gimmick and "ego" if I may say.
The Jaya One branch doesn't have long lines. So you can always come here rather than the crowded Empire Damansara if you live nearby. Worth a try to check out the hype or just for fun. Not worth keeping your stomach empty for a great meal here.
The two cute looking bowls are coconut-pandan pudding dessert aka Kanum Tuay(?). It tasted like a stickier and softer kuih talam in tea cups. Haha not too bad!
Food: 5/10 Price: 5/10 (RM 1.90 per bowl of any broth. Seems cheap. But if you take 20 bowls = 20 bites = 1 normal serving of Thai Beef noodle = RM 38 is expensive. It all adds up. Depends on how you look at it. Like I said, a gimmick. // RM 1 for coconut-pandan dessert. Serves two little bowls)